How to put a page "403 forbidden"?

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How to put a page "403 forbidden"?

Lingzhen Zhao
I have a setup a server for Bugzilla and the server name is Bugzilla.  When I use IE to access the Bugzilla and when I put http://bugzilla.fcgov.com (or just http://Bugzilla) it shows Index of /  and list a folder of Bugzilla, when you click on the folder, it displays the default home page, which is http://bugzilla.fcgov.com/Bugzilla.  How can I put the "Index of /" page as "403 forbidden"?  Where should I make the change?
 
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Lingzhen Zhao
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Re: How to put a page "403 forbidden"?

Peter Kay
Lingzhen Zhao wrote:
> I have a setup a server for Bugzilla and the server name is Bugzilla.
> When I use IE to access the Bugzilla and when I put
> http://bugzilla.fcgov.com (or just http://Bugzilla) it shows Index of /
> and list a folder of Bugzilla, when you click on the folder, it displays
> the default home page, which is http://bugzilla.fcgov.com/Bugzilla.  How
> can I put the "Index of /" page as "403 forbidden"?  Where should I make
> the change?

There's an apache directive that turns off auto-indexing (indecing?)
I'm not sure what the exact name is, but if you look the web server
documentation, you should be able to find it without too much trouble.
Just turn this off for /, and you should be find.

--Peter
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